Nastassja Kinski and Hunter Carson in Paris, Texas directed by Wim Wenders, 1984

Marilyn Monroe photographed by George Barris on July 13, 1962.

“…I recall the time where she - it was getting dark practically, very little light, and she was on the sand there - the beach was practically deserted, and I gave her this blanket to cover her - her legs with to try to keep warm, and she was freezing, and she said to me, “George,” she says, “George, I’m really frozen.” And I said, “Marilyn, I only have one film left in the camera. Let me just make that one picture of you and let’s call it a day, we’ll start again tomorrow.” And she says, “Okay,” and she puckered up her lips as if she’s ready to throw me a kiss and she said, “George, this is just for you.” And it was a beautiful picture. Unfortunately, it was the last picture I ever took of Marilyn.“ - photographer George Barris talking about the last photo he ever took of Marilyn, which was also her last professional photograph.

Tim Curry in The Rocky Horror Picture Show directed by Jim Sharman, 1975 

Diane Keaton and Al Pacino on the set of The Godfather. Photo by Harry Benson, 1972